Okay, we’re in the midst of a 30 blogs in 30 days challenge here, people…so I’m thinking it’s time for a short series. In other words, I need to bust out 22 more blogs in the next 19 days. Now I don’t want to sacrifice quality, or start writing about things that I don’t understand…but I am going to need to “double post” at least a few of days to make it work. It’s just the tiniest amount of pressure, but I’m feeling it, nonetheless…
I’ve had some great feedback from a lot of you who have e-mailed about topics you would like me to address, and I certainly appreciate any and all comments that have been left on the site. The more interactive this thing is the better. So now all I have to do is choose something to write about, and we’ll break it down.
We’ll do a three-day, six-post series on…(drumroll)…teaching your kids the power of positive thinking!
This is something that more than a few of you have asked about, and it is something that I am extremely passionate about, so this should be a whole lot of fun. My goal is that it will inspire each of us and make a huge difference with all of our children (including mine). If you don’t have any kids of your own, think of a child whom you have a degree of influence on, and hopefully this will help you make an extremely valuable impact on their lives. If there are no children in your life right now, first of all, wow…tell me what silence and peace feels like! Just kidding. But seriously, if there aren’t any little angels around you, just apply the principles to your own life. This positive stuff is something that we can all use, at any age.
We’ll do this thing so that it lines up very nicely with Christmas, too. Starting tomorrow, Tuesday 12/22, and ending on Thursday 12/24, Christmas Eve. We’ll talk about the whole idea of being an inspiration to your children and making sure that they have the best chance of being happy and successful in life, by teaching them how to be positive.
There’s a quote that I keep in my office that I absolutely love, and I want to make it the theme for our new series of posts. Here it is:
“One hundred years from now it won’t matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in the bank, or what my clothes looked like, but the world may be a little better because I was important in the life of a child”
So how about if we focus on making the world a little bit better?